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Most Warhammer 40, army list game rules restrict the deployment of Terminators to a small part squads of 5 men each of a player's Space Marine army since they are considered elite troops. The Dark Angels can field a Deathwing army which features an all-Terminator force, along with including Land Raider tanks as transports and Dreadnought walkers for support.
Gameplay[ edit ] The game is set on a modular board made up of various board sections which represent corridors and rooms and which can be freely arranged and locked together like a jigsaw puzzle to represent the interior of a space hulk.
One player controls the Space Marine Terminators, and the other player controls the Tyranid Genestealers. It is an asymmetric game. First, in that the two players have different forces to begin with.
Second, in that the two players may have different objectives to fulfill during a "mission" the in-game term for a particular scenario of the game. The Terminator player may have the objective of destroying a specified area of the board or a specified Genestealer piece or some other objective; and the Genestealer player may have the objective of destroying a specified Terminator piece or all of the Terminator pieces or some other objective.
Third, in that the pieces of the two players move differently. The Terminator pieces move slowly; the Genestealer pieces move quickly. Fourth, in that with regard to combat, the Terminator pieces excel at ranged combat, but they are weak in close combat; the Genestealer pieces excel at close combat, but they cannot perform ranged combat at all.
The pieces are moved by the players through a system of "action points", where each piece has a certain amount specified for it. A Terminator piece has few action points; a Genestealer piece has many action points.
The game is notable for its hidden play mechanics, from which it derives much of its playability and tension. On the one hand, the Terminator player has a variable number of "command points" available each turn which are only revealed to the Genestealer player after they are used up; these command points may be used to move the Terminator pieces either during the Terminator player's own turn or during the Genestealer player's turn. In the second edition, the extra points were not hidden from the Genestealer player.
On the other hand, the actual number of Genestealer pieces in play is hidden from the Terminator player, because the Genestealer pieces come into play as "blips" which can represent: creatures in the Deathwing expansion and in the Genestealer expansion in the 1st edition; creatures in the 2nd edition; creatures in the 3rd edition; and creatures in the 4th edition.
In the basic version of the game, playing as the Terminators can be engaging and tactically challenging, partly because the Terminator player is constrained by a time limit for their turn, while playing as the Genestealers can be very straightforward.
To overcome this asymmetry, players are encouraged to play each mission of the game twice, swapping between playing with Terminators and playing with Genestealers. The fairly fast play time around half an hour per mission , driven by the Terminator player's time limitation, makes this feasible. The Deathwing expansion pack for the first edition included rules for playing the game as a one-player game—that is, playing the game as Terminators using different mechanics for moving the Genestealer pieces.
The Genestealer expansion pack for the first edition included rules for human-genestealer hybrids , which could carry weapons and equipment, and for a Magus and for a Patriarch, adding more depth for the Genestealer player. However, these additions were not carried over in the second or the third or the fourth editions, although the third and the fourth editions did include rules for a Broodlord. First edition[ edit ] The first edition of Space Hulk was released in May The early articles from White Dwarf were collected and published as two separate expansion packs, and most of the later articles from White Dwarf were collected and published as a book: Deathwing, a box set, was released in It introduced the Deathwing Company First Company of the Dark Angels Space Marines Chapter, including the Captain and the Librarian and additional Terminator weapons into the game, which greatly expanded the tactical possibilities for the Terminator player.
Among other things the expansion pack also featured rules for the Space Marine player to play the game solo, and it included additional board sections. Genestealer, a box set, was released in It introduced the Genestealer Cult including Human-Genestealer Hybrids and the Magus and the Patriarch into the game, which greatly expanded the tactical possibilities for the Genestealer player.
Among other things, the expansion pack also featured rules for an elaborate system of psychic combat, and it included additional board sections. There was only one way to find out: the Space Marines would have to beard the hulk and investigate. No matter what evils lurked aboard this floating wreck nothing would be allowed to stand against the might of the Blood Angels Terminators.
It consists of a sergeant armed with storm bolter and power sword, one Space Marine armed with a heavy flamer and powerfist, and three Space Marines armed with storm bolters and power fists. The Space Marine player deploys the squads on the starting squares shown on the map. Genestealers: The genestealer player begins with no blips, and receives two reinforcement blips per turn that may enter from any entry point. Control Panel: The control panel is the yellow 'O' on the map.
A Space Marine facing the control panel and that is standing in an adjacent square to the control panel can activate it for 2 AP. The control panel is stationary and may not be moved through or fired through.
The control panel cannot be destroyed. The activation of the control panel results in a Space Marine Victory. Any other result is a genestealer victory.
Squad 1 consists of of a sergeant armed with storm bolter and power sword, one Space Marine armed with a heavy flamer and powerfist, and three Space Marines armed with storm bolters and power fists.
This squad deploys in zone A.
Squad 2 consists of a sergeant armed with thunder hammer and storm shield, a Space Marine with an assault cannon and power fist, one space marine with chainfist and storm bolter and two Space Marines with power fists and storm bolters. This squad deploys in zone B. Genestealers: The genestealer player begins the mission with three blips, and receives two reinforcement blips per turn. Once the reinforcement stack is exhausted no more blips are available- the counters are not reshuffled to create a new stack, the genestealer player will have to fight on with the models and blips remaining in play.
Area Secure: Blips and genestealers cannot lurk in this mission, and therefore may not use entry points within 6 spaces of a Space Marine. Any blips that cannot enter play because of this are destroyed. NOTE: The original gist of the mission was to simply kill 25 genestealers, but I changed that in light of the overwatch changes and the presence of the assault cannon.
I haven't played it yet, so if anyone could comment on the balance that would be great. Space Marines:The Space Marine player wins if he destroys every genestealer or if he blocks every genestealer entry point and there are no remaining genestealers or blips remaining in play.
Genestealers: The genestealer player wins if he destroys every Space Marine without being wiped out first. Genestealers: The genestealer player has no blips at the beginning of the mission, and receives two reinforcement blips per turn.
Exiting The Map: Space Marines can exit the playing area by moving off the exit points marked on the map with a yellow 'X' The mission ends when there are no more Space Marines in play. If less than five Space Marines exited the map through an exit point the genestealer player wins.
Any comments about the balance of this figure would be very welcome. The C. Place the C. Genestealers may enter the same square as the C.